Cassandra Thorburn Basically Admitted She Snooped Through Karl Stefanovic's Phone
Cassandra Thorburn all but straight-up admitted she snooped through former partner Karl Stefanovic's phone during a game of 'Never Have I Ever' on Studio 10 on Wednesday morning.
"Never have I ever snooped through a partner's phone," read out host Sarah Harris.
Most of the panel answered in the negative, but Thorburn held up a sign that said she had.
"Who was your partner, Cass?" asked Peter Berner in a joking manner.
"I have no idea," she replied, sarcastically. "There's a lot of things you can find. Too bad I didn't do it earlier."
Thorburn and Stefanovic split after 21 years of marriage in 2016, with the latter quickly moving on with fashion designer Jasmine Yarbrough (the two are engaged, with some reports suggesting they have already married).
But Thorburn told Studio 10 that she's not focused on finding a new partner, and is instead enjoying the opportunity to "get to know" herself.
"You grow up and you embark on adulthood on your own, and then you become part of a partnership, and then you become part of a family... and it's like, okay, now I get to know myself. I've enjoyed that," she said.
Harris pressed the issue, asking if she was "open to love again".
Thorburn paused, before replying in a more hostile tone: "What? So I need another .... so do I need to have a man? Do I need to have a man to continue on?"
She quickly clarified that she was joking, and that she and Harris had known one another for a long time.
But the high profile split has been marked by bitter words, with Thorburn telling Woman's Day in 2017 that her former husband was "dead to me".
"The children still have a father but I don't have a husband," she said.
"He really is dead to me and no, we won't ever be friends again."
Her view appears to have softened somewhat in the almost 12 months since that interview.
"My children still have a dad -- of course they do," she told Studio 10.
"I'm not replacing him in that position. He still holds that position."
Lead image: Studio 10.